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Hii my names mikeyy im from the uk i have tried a lot of different products and all of those have failed to help my skin! I have oily/shiny skin an need to no wot r the best products to use i have recently bin usin Origins and i love thier 'Never a dull moment' face scrub but thier 'Save the males' multi benefit moisturiser does nothin for my as it makes it look shiny an greesey i have recently had my eye on la roche-posay what do you guys think i do get bk ta me sooon plz thanx =]
 

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Sure Mikey! La Roche-Posay would be an excellent choice I think! The Effaclar range is one that I myself have used and like. It moisturizes but doesn't make your skin greasy. If you get the occasional spot, Effaclar A.I. will fade it pronto! The chemist should be able to put you onto the best products from this line.

Lucky you being in Europe where this is sold freely! In USA we have to import it at a high price!!

Hope this helps now, glad to see that guys care about their skins too!




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Thanx Fawnie An Freddy, Do use no if La Roche-Posay Is Suitable for mens skin as i have checked the website and it only advertises for woman. I have used a range of mens skincare products and they do not really do anything for me o ye an wot do use think about Vichy Products r they unisex aswell wb Mykie =]
 

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Thanx Fawnie An Freddy, Do use no if La Roche-Posay Is Suitable for mens skin as i have checked the website and it only advertises for woman. I have used a range of mens skincare products and they do not really do anything for me o ye an wot do use think about Vichy Products r they unisex aswell wb Mykie =]
Unless you`re actually using make-up for some reason, products are all really unisex. They only thing that would make it feminine would be the smell. Alot of the products they use like the toner (which doesn`t smell like anything) and the Cicaplast are ideal for both male and female skins.

If you buy into the hype, then by all means go for it, doesn`t matter to me, but I find that alot of companies seem to think that male skin is made out of leather so most of their products are very aggressive.

Once again, it`s your choice and you can do whatever makes you happy, doesn`t matter to me.
 

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If it helps you out at all i usually use all of my products on my boy friends skin silly to spend extra money on stuff just for a mans skin i think, so far it has all been good for him! I love La Roche Posay but however there moisturizers are not thick enough for me dry skin though!

Anyone know what there redermic line is meant to be like heard mixed things on this one, like the frangerence in it can bother people and it has quite a few too many silicones in it?
 
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